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    interested to see what Bevans would be in ODIs

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    bevan was 8. all in the 39 to 108 range. sachin was 13
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    damn. bevan had 6 tons and a HS of 108 but the 108 was the second of those six centuries. Should have beaten it.

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    AUSTRALIA
    C Rogers 9 (173)
    D Warner 5 (180)
    S Smith 9 (215)
    M Clarke 4 (329*)
    A Voges 1 (130*)
    M Marsh 2 (87)
    P Nevill 1 (45)
    M Johnson 6 (123*)
    M Starc 4 ((99)
    J Hazlewood 2 (39)
    N Lyon 4 (40*)

    ENGLAND
    A Lyth 3 (107)
    A Cook 9 (294)
    G Ballance 5 (156)
    I Bell 4 (235)
    J Root 4 (200*)
    B Stokes 3 (120)
    J Buttler 1 (85)
    M Ali 2 (108)
    S Broad 6 (169)
    M Wood 3 (32*)
    J Anderson 6 (81)

    NEW ZEALAND
    M Guptill 5 (189)
    T Latham 5 (137)
    K Williamson 5 (242*)
    R Taylor 5 (217*)
    B McCullum 6 (302)
    BJ Wattling 6 (142*)
    L Ronchi 1 (88)
    M Craig 2 (67)
    T Southee 1 (77*)
    M Henry 3 (27)
    T Boult 4 (32*)
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    thought wato might be a good shout but he's on 7 i think

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    INDIA
    M Vijay 5 (167)
    S Dhawan 1 (187)
    R Sharma 1 (177)
    V Kohli 11 (169)
    A Rahane 6 (147)
    W Saha 2 (36)
    R Ashwin 4 (124)
    H Singh 5 (115)
    U Yadav 4 (30)
    I Sharma 3 (31*)
    V Aaron 2 (9)

    BANGLADESH
    T Iqbal 5 (206)
    I Kayes 7 (150)
    M Haque 3 (181)
    M Rahim 4 (200)
    S Al Hasan 7 (144)
    S Sarkar 2 (37)
    L Das 1 (44)
    S Hom 2 (50)
    T Islam 4 (32)
    M Shahid 2 (14*)
    J Hossain 1 (7*)

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    So Kohli is the leader currently from the 5 countries listed aboves last Test XI. He has a very good chance of improving on that too. This is pretty much the anti-do well on debut list, although Cook had a great debut scoring a ton in the second innings and he has still managed to be on 9.

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    Lol at Tim Southee's 1 - that will probably stay like that until the end of his career, which would make him one of a very small group (Mathew Sinclair also would be a 1 wouldn't he?)

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    Also, Tom Latham has a good chance of beating everybody if he opens for the BCs for the next 10 years (which he might well do) and is already on 5 with a top of only 137.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwiviktor81 View Post
    Also, Tom Latham has a good chance of beating everybody if he opens for the BCs for the next 10 years (which he might well do) and is already on 5 with a top of only 137.
    He definitely has a chance but all it takes is his next score above 137 to be well above and it screws him up finishing on 6 or 7 for his career. Shakib and Kohli are in great spots, I'm tipping Sarkar to climb up the list heaps. Someone like Henry could increase a bit for NZ, Watling isn't in a bad spot either.

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    SRI LANKA
    D Karunaratne 4 (152)
    K Silva 5 (139)
    U Tharanga 3 (165)
    L Thirimanne 5 (155*)
    A Mathews 6 (160)
    J Mubarak 3 (48)
    D Chandimal 3 (116*)
    D Prasad 2 (47)
    T Kaushal 3 (17)
    S Lakmal 6 (18)
    N Pradeep 2 (17*)

    PAKISTAN
    S Masood 2 (125)
    A Shehzad 4 (176)
    A Ali 7 (226)
    Y Khan 7 (313)
    M Ul Haq 4 (!61*)
    A Shafiq 6 (137)
    S Ahmed 10 (112)
    E Adil 2 (12)
    Y Shah 2 (25)
    R Ali 4 (35*)
    I Khan 1 (0*)

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    Sarfraz Ahmed has done this perfectly so far. A poor start and is improving as a batsman all the time. If Lakmal can continue playing for SL he could do well, as being on 6 with a highest score of 18 isn't bad at all.

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    steve waugh? he had dickloads of innings before a ton and then heaps before the double.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riggins View Post
    steve waugh? he had dickloads of innings before a ton and then heaps before the double.
    I mentioned Waugh on the first page with 7 - He started well but didn't get any HS between 100-150 and he had that 177 as his HS for a while.

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    WEST INDIES
    K Brathwaite 7 (212)
    R Chandrika 1 (0)
    D Bravo 4 (218)
    S Dowrich 2 (70)
    S Hope 2 (36)
    J Blackwood 3 (112*)
    D Ramdin 3 (166)
    J Holder 3 (103*)
    V Permaul 5 (23*)
    K Roach 6 (41)
    J Taylor 8 (106)

    SOUTH AFRICA
    A Petersen 4 (182)
    D Elgar 4 (121)
    F du Plessis 3 (137)
    H Amla 6 (311*)
    AB de Villiers 7 (278*)
    T Bavuma 2 (15)
    S van Zyl 1 (101*)
    V Philander 5 (74)
    S Harmer 1 (10)
    D Steyn 5 (76)
    M Morkel 3 (40)

    ZIMBABWE
    S Raza 2 (82)
    B Chari 1 (25)
    H Masakadza 3 (158)
    B Taylor 6 (171)
    R Chakabva 3 (101)
    C Ervine 3 (49)
    E Chigumbura 4 (88)
    R Mutumbami 3 (43)
    S Masakadza 3 (24)
    T Payangara 2 (40)
    N M'Shangwe 2 (8)

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